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robert kennedy came to our community 1968 , to find out what we wanted in housing he asked the young people in the community , what do we want. we demand a voice in the community; . would not allow city hall or anyone else and dictate to our residents thank you very much and i want to thank london breed for being one of those persons on the redevelopment commission that brought the police station down and sixth street and many other things that she has done as a commissioner and anyone who would run for election or anyone else should participate in the community organizations. >> president chiu: thank you very much. next speaker. >> tom gilberty, (sounds like) south beach marina apartments. a little repeat. i have no title, no claim to fame, not a head of any major organization. the bayview apartments open up 25 years ago. i moved in in december, 24 years ago, 10 months later we had the little earthquake of '89. i don't want what happened in my neighborhood to continue to happen in other neighborhoods, basically unregulated rent and noise. so with that let's go to the overhead ang
's fabric. the death of robert f. kennedy. >> would a doctor come right here? >> john lewis was waiting for kennedy to come back upstairs to his hotel room. >> it was too much. i broke down and cried. >> it was a lot of loss back to back. >> 40 years later, it is too much. and i felt then that the assassination of dr. king and robert kennedy, something had died in all of us. >> with his bank robbery money, ray was making one last effort to reach white areas of africa. >> i finally contacted a newspaper reporter who said the mercenaries had an office in brussels, belgium. i then bought a ticket to brussels. >> with this ticket in hand, and both passports, ray went to the london airport on saturday, june 8th. >> i went to the boarding zone, i was told by one officer that he wanted to ask me a few questions. >> the officer recognized the names on ray's two passports were on a watch list. ♪ hallelujah ♪ hallelujah hallelujah >> it was the morning of robert kennedy's funeral when the news broke. james earl ray, accused killer of martin luther king jr., had been arrested in london. >> thi
, and that was in 1968. i was covering the california primary with robert kennedy. and i--i asked him--i said--the--the family was deployed all over the state campaigning for him, and i said, 'with all the tragedy that your family has suffered at the hands of politics, how do you account for the fact that they're out there again?ai a 'and he kind of looked at me under the eyebrows and said, 'have you met my mother?' and so i spent a couple of days with that formidable roseet my o kennedy and saw just howth resilient she was, how interested she was in--in--in all of the things connected with pol--how devoted she was to robert kennedy, how she said at the time, yes, she would--she ent she was, how interested she was in all of the things connected with politics, how devoted she was to robert kennedy, how she said at the time, yes, she would then campaign for teddy when his time came around, you know? so i got to think about it then, and then back in my kind of daily rounds at the white house, i kept hearing presidents talk about their mothers, mentioning their mothers. and almost never mentionin
explodes on the phone at robert kennedy and kennedy is so taken aback that he hands the phone over to burke marshall. this anger that had been building, frustration over moderate whites saying go slow, be cautious, don't push things, was all embodied in the eight white ministers who basically said nothing about love the negro because he is your brother. these are clergyman simply ising protest is extreme, violent, it causes bad feelings. a new be -- wait because administration will come along and it just got to king. as white walker put it, his cup of endurance runneth over. that is why the letter is so important t. it was not just the clergy. it was his view of the kennedy administration and a nation that was not willing to become indignant over the affection of their black brothers and sisters. >> let's move to another group that you mentioned earlier in this conversation. the african-american preachers, black preachers, negro, colored at the time. this is a part of history that isn't known so well. there is a sense that king was the crÈme de la creme and that every black church in ameri
. there will be a heightened sense of security. 9/11, there have been 20 americans killed in terrorist attacks. since robert kennedy was murdered on june 4, 1968, there 11e been 1.3 million americans that have died by gunfire. are theater. that is what they are. that is why it was effective. wasit a place that quintessential innocence. the boston marathon. there is no high-priced corporate seats. it is just families. an eight-year-old kid became the face of this. >> apparently does not occurred to these people there are cameras everywhere. >> i think if -- i think they were aware and that is why they did it. they knew there were news cameras. it would be televised. they knew there were families. everybody would have video. usually when there is attack, we do not know if it is in the name of islam, there is an immediate taking of credit. the fact there was none is on except for the fact they go out a few daysater on what is a suicide condition. it looks as though they would not die on day one so they could live another day and hit again again and again until -- i think it was suicide. shift from the borders
to discredit dr. king, and j. edgar hoover sent robert kennedy a warning, communists were pulling dr. king's puppet strings. two top advisors, including lawyer stanley levison, had been party members, they cut ties working with king. >> the bureau never came up with one iota of indication that levison or anyone else was actively working some communist line or communist influence. >> congressman john lewis, a longtime democratic power in the house, was an important young leader in king's inner circle. >> j. edgar hoover never understood, and others around him, that when you've been discriminated against, you don't need someone from moscow or someone from any other part of the world to tell you that you are being discriminated against. >> but in october of 1963, robert kennedy signed off on wiretaps. atlanta agents broke into dr. king's home and office to install them. did you know the fbi was tapping your phones? >> oh, yeah. >> you assumed it or knew it? >> no, we knew it. >> nothing was sacred. young remembers how fellow minister ralph abernathy discovered an fbi bug while speaking at an
in not lifting up and looking at what was below it. robert kennedy who closed down part of the investigation and to part of the x-rays away because robert kennedy had been involved in plans to assassinate castro. he is stealing political ideas and political ambitions. he was going to be president and he did not want assassinations to come out. at the i had something to cover-up. osborne had come to their office a couple weeks before and said i'm going to blow up your offices unless you leave my wife alone. they burned his statement informing the secret service. the secret service, their agents were all drinking the night before and they really i had to say didn't really protect him as we see in movies. the cia knew that oswald had tried to assassinate general walker that april and they didn't want that coming out. they didn't want anything coming out about the embassy. everyone had a reason to let the rock set over so there could have been a dozen conspiracies to cover it up including the russians sending a false defector. that doesn't mean that anyone actually did the assassination. oswald
de anacostia. y dc united sin ideas volvio a perder, fue superado en el estadio robert f. kennedy por red bulls de nueva yorks, con goles de thierry henry a los 29 minutos y completo jamison olave a los 36, ambos en el primer tiempo. con esta derrota dc united es ultimo de la tabla en la conferencia del este con solo 4 puntos de 6 partidos jugados. el proximo partido de los capitalinos sera en casa, el domingo cuando reciban a las 5 de la tarde al union de filadelfia. >>> es lunes, quince de abril del aÑo 2013 y estas son las noticias. pÁnico en boston, dos muertos y un centenar de heridos por un atentado con bombas. >>> principales ciudades de estados unidos cierran accesos. >>> presidente obama ordenÓ aumentar la seguridad en el paÍs
beaten in birmingham and an angry mob ♪ aomori and it was there that president kennedy and robert kennedy the attorney general's brother that they had worked out an arrangement that would be good when he arrived in montgomery. they made an arrangement that there'd be a patrol car every 50 miles between birmingham and montgomery and a private plane flying over the bus and the montgomery police department would be better to meet us at the greyhound bus station in montgomery. an angry mob if you have a pen and a pad, a camera, we're in real trouble. destroy their paths in the canvas and turned en masse in receipt date was beaten. they left unconscious on the ground. the 52 years later, it was this young chief who is not even warrant three weeks ago. three weeks ago today they came to the old church where i first met dr. king and reverend abernathy and apologized for what happened. [applause] >> there are so many of these stories. terrific stories. what kept you two going? how do you sustain -- but noted they do? detect a little bit about that just a minute ago. >> what motivated me is his wo
kennedy, robert kennedy and dr. king in '68. in '70, the explosive control act on the heels of the clan murdering, those four little girls in birmingham with bombs. anarchist bombs, weather under ground. a lot of bombings. congress passed the explosive control act. atf went to work trying to develop these indid he say trubltable ways we could track the bomb after it detonated and it was killed on the hill. i could never -- not tell you how we reacted in atf headquarters. special agents were like, really? the bombers have a lobby on the hill? we can't get this through? to catch bombers? really? i mean, we just couldn't believe it. and it was killed. it was also killed again later in the late '80s or early '90s. we tried to do it again. i'll tell you what, lawrence. i bet there is a congressman or senator that watches your show and they could go back to atf and dust that plan off, it's on the shelf, and reintroduce a bill to tag commercial explosives so we can track them. consider tracking smokeless gun powders. and they won't solve every case but some cases and keep a city from this kind
's assassination then-presidential candidate robert kennedy broke the news actually to a mostly african-american crowd at the airport in indianapolis where he was campaigning for president. rfk pleaded at the time to try to deal with this horrible development. >> for those of you who are black and are tempted to be filled with hatred and distrust of the injustice of such an act, against all white people, i would only say that i can also feel in my own heart the same kind of feeling. i had a member of my feeling killed, but he was killed by a white man. >> with me now is the son of dr. king, martin luther king iii and civil rights activist and former ambassador to the u.n., andrew young, who was with dr. king when he was assassinated in memphis. thank you very much, martin, for coming on. thank you, ambassador young. i guess i'll start with a family member. martin, you carry the legacy and name of your dad. how's this this country doing? how can you imagine him looking down and seeing us today and how does he feel about what we're doing? >> i think dad would characterize it as positive b
. david: we want to take you off the desk. robert kennedy center for human rights and justice offering a chance to sit down with apple ceo tim cook at the company's headquarters in cupertino. 54 bids were placed for the meeting. the top bid reaching a whopping 190,000. the last day to place a bid, may 1th. liz: buffett gets 2.1 million for lunch. we asked you on facebook and twitter if you had the opportunity to have lunch with apple ceo tim cook, what would you ask him? kelly on facebook wrote in to say, quote, i would tell cook to do a stock split so i can afford to purchase apple stock. david: not a bad one. this is my favorite. brian on facebook wrote in to say, do you miss steve jobs as much as i do? i have a feeling, sneaking suspicion that brian is a stockholder of apple. liz: so in the after-market we're watching all of these names and much more. you can go on foxbusiness.com and get the latest on all that. but melissa francis will have much more with "money" with melissa francis. david: we have a lot of controversy about the gdp figures whether they have been fiddled with econ
at least $180,000 for the privilege. proceeds from auction will benefit our robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. the winner must find a non disclosure agreement, and of the words no twisting or blocking about the chat. the contest ends may 14th. >> we will be right back. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> the u.s. economy grew at what would be an annualized rate of 2 1/2%. most economists expected us to be at around 3%. most expectations are for a slowdown in the u.s. economy for the
-- to raise money for the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. better be good coffee. >> cappuccino. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> and here's vern glenn with tonight's sports report. >> all right. is it 2007 all over again? the warriors, man! they are just not fooling around, going up 2-1 on top of denver after a thriller inside oracle arena. 19,596 jammed inside, as man, things got a little heated between these two teams! the warriors, man, they just couldn't do anything. 14 turnovers in the first half. 21 for the game. just couldn't take care of the ball. but ty lawson, what a first half. 19 points, 35 for the game. the nuggets took a 12-point lead into the half. third quarter, a different story. warriors outscored denver. curry kept it going. 29 points on the night for stephen curry. under ten seconds to go. oh! jarrett jack is called for a five-second violation. nuggets now with a chance to win it. ty lawson ends up losing the ball, out of bounds. two ticks left. warriors up two. nuggets, a chance to win it. and andre iguodala's offer, no, no, no! the warriors escape w
for the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. >>> a rare century old nickel sold at auction today for much more than 5 cents. a pair of bitters bought this 1913 liberty head nickel for $3.1 million. it's one of five minted a century ago. it fake and forgotten in a closet for decades. >> fog working its way back into your neiborhood tonight. cleared for a time today even at coast for a while. we're seeing it up here in morin county, shooting across the bay. by tomorrow morng i suspect bay into the inland bay valleys. it's going to burn off quicker and warmer tomorrow. day temperatures tomorrow had be 5 t 8 degrees warmer than today. sunday warmest day on the weekend. the air is going to compress. we have the big cool off yesterday, the air went like that,he air expanded or the fog got fatt. the fog is going to get thinner. pressed down by the high. that caps it behind the coastal hills, sticks it back there. little cooling is coming from the ocean to the inhabd valleys and -- inland valleys and that makes significantly warmer. forecast tomorrow morning, good coverage of fog
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fraudulently. the winner gets to sit down with cook at apple's cupertino headquarters. proceeds benefit robert f kennedy sent year now, more people opting for ground turkey as a healthier alternative to beef but there are concerns you need to ware of. >> michael finney is here now with the story. >> it's getting very, very big. burger king started serving up turkey burgers. ground turkey can be a better choice but a just-released investigation reveals that it can be a breeding ground. >> dina has been trying to cook healthier meals. >> i make meatloaf witness. and. >> but this investigation shows when you're talking turkey you can be getting more than you bargained for. >> 90% of the samples analyzed had one or more of the five bacteria we looked for. adding to that, the fact most bacteria proved resistant to antibiotic autos consumer reports shipped 257 samples to an outside lab. there, scientists created to analyze. half samples tested positive for fecal contaminant the majority resistant to antibiotic autos some of the bacteria can cause food poisoning and many infections. >> using antibiot
? the charity auction site charity buzz is listing a one on one meeting with cook to benefit the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. right now the highest bid is $90,000. i'm sorry, $160,000 now which is well beyond the $50,000 at which the experience is valued. it has gone up just in the last few minutes. the winner gets to bring a guest. the auction ends may 14. to put cook's popularity in perspective lunch with francis ford cop poe la is being auctioned and the current bid for that is $4,000 and a chance to meet with robert deniro at his new york film festival is $1,750. >> wow. >> every one of them would be fascinating to sit and talk with. all right. let's go now to spencer christian back with the forecast. >> i would pay to have a cup of coffee with selma hayek no guests needed. live doppler 7hd. low clouds and fog beginning to push across the bay and inland. a foggy morning commute. if you are a commuter in the morning bear that in mind. give yourself a little extra time. sunny skies ex-is september for a few you batches patches of coastal clouds. 28 chico. 80 sa
luther king jr. and robert f. kennedy, the country was really shaken. peaceful activist based misguided legal actions, abuse of words, and threats of violence. in california thousands of latino high school students walked out of their classrooms to protest this -- discrimination in the system. in 1968, the future of the progress to which dr. king, dr. kennedy and 70 others had dedicated their lives was anything but certain. the founders were not only under unfounded but surprisingly optimistic. build a strong base of support and began to intervene in civil legal aid cases. over the next 45 years come of this -- as this organization grew, your dedication to the values of equity and inclusion has remained steadfast through educational our reach, legislative advocacy, community engagement and principal litigation you have consistently fought to secure the rights of immigrants and underserved populations. a played a key role in high- profile policy debates and supreme court cases. and you have taken a difficult stance against long odds and sometimes deep opposition to expand education, empl
the robert f. kennedy center for justice and the highest bid right now is $150,000. the auction ended may 14th. lunch with copollo at his winery is being auctioned and the bid now is $4,000 and a chance to meet with robert deniro is $1,500. >> deniro and copollo, how are their stocks? mike? >> we have been following the apple stock but we will reverse that and their stock headed in the weekend. if you enjoy the heat, it is not that far away. we will talk about what is going on now at 5:17, live doppler 7 hd showing it is dry this morning. if you drive into the clouds, you may get some mist but that is it. now, the temperatures all across san francisco from 50 in forest hills to the mission district at 54 and same around the ferry building and presidio and san francisco, downtown, and the glen park and the temperature is 52 in ocean beach. it is 49 in palo alto and saratoga. downtown san jose is right here but we will talk about clouds which will linger longer so it will be cooler weather today. it will be cloudy and cool tonight and the clouds will start to become less and less overnight wit
. and it was actually quite an echo of what ted kennedy said when robert bork, remember when he was nominated within minutes kennedy was on the floor of the senate saying robert bork's america is in america where blacks can't be served at the counter. where women have back room abortions. and the pastor at this church essentially said the same thing. it's a racist country. racist, sexist, blames it on the religious right and it was a libel. it was a slander of the first order. the question was was obama somehow complicit in this because he didn't object before or afterwards my answer is when the president goes to church he is not required to react to whatever the pastor says. this is different from sitting in a pew in jeremiah right's church 20 years. calling him your mentor. having him marry you and baptize your children. in that case, of course, you are associated. but. >> bill: let me play devil's advocate. >> easter sunday he has got to respond in the answer i think is no. >> bill: let me play devil's advocate here. i share your outrage about the inappropriateness of the minister's remarks on ea
in courage, they wouldn't even get a robert f. kennedy award. >> i'm reminded of george orwell in 1994 who said ignorance is strength. chief edward flynn, professor michael eric dyson. thank you both. >>> next, the kingdom is beginning to terrify the world. stay with us. [ female announcer ] girls don't talk about pads, but they do talk about always infinity. [ woman ] i feel like i'm barely wearing anything! [ female announcer ] the only pad made from a revolutionary material. it absorbs up to 55% more. [ woman ] amazing. [ female announcer ] it's incredible protection, you'll barely feel it. always infinity. tell us what you think. [ babies crying ] surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. i love to golf. ♪ [ grunts ] yowza! that's why i eat belvita at breakfast. it's made with delicious ingredients and
date to raise money for the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. >>> it was a great night to be a warriors fan. they came out with a win at home as it came down to the wire, taking the lead in the series against the nuggets 2-1. game four at home tomorrow night. >>> there is a real rivalry happening off the court as well. it is a battle over which city the warriors will call home. oakland which legally has the team until at least 2017 or san francisco which has been courting the warriors with the promise of a spectacular waterfront stadium. it is a debate that is coming between friends. a dpreup out of oakland called save oakland sports has doubt that san francisco can pull off a waterfront stadium. >> it's definitely not a done deal in san francisco. >> this year for the warriors was the second highest attendance for the warriors we've had since they've been here in oakland. >> the san francisco bay stands behind the warriors and oakland mayor jean qwan last night says oakland's got the best fans around. >>> quarter after 7:00. who's got the best weather around? >
king was assassinated and after he graduated, robert kennedy was also assassinated and this had a huge impact on me. it is being taught in a different way to socratic method. instead of the good quality of law teaching in dublin if you took the notes and give them back come you did quite well. they kept changing the goal posts and that was interest in because it encouraged thinking. what struck me about that year was so different from the ireland i have left the young people are making a difference, deciding they can take change. we can do things that we are going to bring our own into these issues. i came back to ireland in 1968 to practice law, teach law and as my husband to be at the time said i'd do something he recognized and could characterize as harvard humility and that harvard humility let me the following year to question why it was those who are traditionally like it to the university seats in the senate were elderly male professors. why was that? what could it be more diverse? semi-friend said if you want to go forward, will campaign with you. we'll see what happens. i was
independent line. caller: good morning ann thank you. looking back, politics is busy business. robert kennedy did not announce his candidacy until the spring of 1968. so this is getting old when we are talking about 2016. my main point being -- most americans care about all people. border issue, a logical subject that never comes up -- we want everyone to do well in the world. we already got we always have. that is the vast majority of americans. getting to my main point, nobody ever talks about the country of mexico. its sovereignty and it's allowing of all of the fine people that are escaping north to the united states because they think it is a better opportunity. we all understand the human side of it. they think they can do better here. but certainly mexico needs these fine people to straighten out their vast corruption in their military and the police and whatever needs they have their. they also have a vast mineral there in mexico. they need fine people there. they need those fine people there more than we need them here. we have wasted decades on this. i wish the americans would get o
to pay at least $180,000 for the privilege. proceeds from the auction will benefit the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. the winner must sign a nondisclosure agreement, and other words no tweeting or logging about the chat. the contest ends may 14th. we'll take a break at 727 a and and we will check the weather we come back. i live look at our san jose camera. gray skies over san jose right now. erica will ever give us but the forecast when we come back. >> welcomed back, 7:29 a.m. and we are still tracking a couple of hot spots. these are the result from the accidents that were cleared in antioch. travis though backed up all the way through and get through highway four towards the bypass. it is not completely cleared from the freeway. there was a backup continuing on the 80 in the northbound direction, a live look at the nimitz freeway. this is the northbound side. what we're seeing is not so much residual slowing from the earlier crash but the gradual slowdown as the volume on 880 increases. this is a slow ride but it is more normal now. the accident at high street
. it is the cream rising to the top, right now. >> crosby wrote a song the night robert kennedy was killed called long time gone that they play everywhere. you know, stephen and stephanie that i was there that night. and it is very hard, very, very hard to get through that ever in life. but that song sustains. and so does the cross to freedom. which, you know, stephen helped -- get us all through a war that tore this country apart. pliewsk is the greatest -- music is the greatest healer. thank you. carry on, guys. >> stephanie: i see what you did, guys. >> aye aye sir. >> stephanie: love the one you're with, david. stephen, talk to us about saturday because it is very exciting at the nokia theatre. you're doing -- >> here in los angeles. >> nokia club which is a little more intimate. it is for -- i think this stuff has been around for awhile. they just had different names for it. now they're dividing up into all of these subgroups but it is all under the same umbrella. if you've met one autistic kid you've met one autistic kid because there are different as night and day as anybody else. bill gat
to pay at least $180,000 would a privilege. proceeds from the auction will benefit the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. the winner must find a nondisclosure agreement, in other words no tweedy or logging about the chat. the contest ends may 14th. >> a survey of what economist the u.s. did in the first quarter of the years suggest there was a growth spurt, but officials say it would not last long. economists predict that the overall economy grew at an annual rate of 3.1% in the january to march quarter. the number was driven by a revival in housing, steady consumer spending, an increase stockpiling by businesses. >> some mortgage rates have hit a record low. finance here, freddie mac, says 15 year fixed-rate loans fell to 2.61 percent this week. that is down a fraction from last week. the most popular mortgage, the 30-year fixed- rate is hovering just above its record low. freddie mac's chief economist at the low rates are boosting the housing market. >> beloved twinkies to be back in stores on shelves soon. postage is beginning production again under new ownership.
is set in 1968 the year that both dr. martin luther king jr. and senator robert f. kennedy were assassinated. richard nixon became president and apollo eight became the first manned spacecraft to leave's earth's orbit. >> "mad men" creator matt whiner is here along with john flatter y also kd. i like thi sh you always zig when you're going to san diego. you say there are still parallels from today. >> yeah. >> how so? >> you know when we decided -- obviously you focus where the show is going to start. we focused in spring of '67. do summer love or whatever. i always like to move ahead because it gives me energy in the story. gives me a mystery in the story as to what happens when we weren't with them but as we looked at 1968 it became obvious it was probably one of the worst years in u.s. history and just a relentless barrage of terrible events, political events. the economy was not as bad as it is now, but the war was obviously raging and it became clear that we were losing the war, which is what one of the episodes is about. >> and you think we're raging
defend him. he is the nephew of robert f. kennedy's widow ethel. he is serving 20 years to life for the 1975 murder of martha moxley when the two were 15 years old. >> a rockville teen killed in a murder sue slide be laid to rest today. police say 17-year-old michellee miller was shot to death by 31-year-old army staff sergeant adam arndt.dt sources say they were romantically involved althoughnv he was marriedol to a 21-year-od woman who was already a recruit. >> an officer on capitol hill is named for gabby give towards. that aide gabe zimmerman organized the event in tucson. he and two others were killed. giffords and her husband are a expected to dedicate the room in his honor.s >> time now 18:26 on this tuesday morning. stilltues ahead, patients have everything from minor eardrum type blasts through to really serious limb injuries and some serious head injuries as well.as >> treating battlefield likee wombs in boston emergency rooms. chaos from the streets spilled over to hospitals yesterday. >> coming up our fox medical team will join us live to discuss the variety of injur
what i think will happen is he is local at all of that. >> he? >> kennedy and roberts will also join him. >> okay. and just say, you know what? yes, we could figure out some way to twist our way out of this and punt it down the road but they are not going to do that. they will say, look. let's just do this. why go through this over again. 6-3 with kennedy and roberts. >> that would be huge. cataclysmic. >> that's not what the experts are thinking. that's the way i see them work the logic out. >> why wait? states are moving in that direction. public opinion is moving that direction. it is going to happen. it is going to happen. the supreme court delayed, delayed. they have the benefit of looking back saying they delayed a few of these thing. what good did it do them? why don't we be the ones that get there right now. they don't want to leave themselves in a weirdly situation where they have fully legalized it and struck down doma but haven't legalized it across the country because then you are in a situation where you are only inconveniencing people who
that echoed, that ted kennedy used when the nomination of robert bork was announced where he went on this libel against bork where he said he's a racist, sexist, et cetera, et cetera. there was an echo of that. it was a gratuitous statement and complete disgrace. i put it all on the reverend and not the president. >> the minister has spoken at the inauguration of president bush in 2005 and president obama in january. >> there is a small town in north georgia, the latest to require that the head of every household own a gun. but the ordinance in nelson exempts those who don't believe in owning firearms, convicted felons and those with physical and mental disabilities. city officials there help more guns will help deter criminals. the city has only one police officer. we want to know is this a good idea or bad idea? send your comments to us. you can tweak them at fox friends first or shoot us an e-mail at fox friends first at fox news.com. >> next on the rundown, have you done your taxes yet? while you rush to file -- a few more days -- before you rush to file before that deadline,
defendants, and conduct that happened abroad. chief justice roberts and four other justices, justices kennedy, scalia, alito, and thomas, all said this presumption against the law applying outside of the united states was the right way to analyze it. but justice breyer, writing for the three remaining justices thought that was not the right way to analyze this. he would apply the-- he would say federal courts can hear these claims, one, if the defendant in the case is an american national, if the conduct occurred in the united states, but also-- and this is where he really differed with the other justices-- also, if there was a danger that the united states was going to become a safe harbor for torture or as he called them the common enemy of mankind. so he saw it as a little broader. justice kennedy, who agreed with the chief justice's analysis, also wrote separately to say he thought the opinion was cautious and left open many questions as to how to really interpret the alien tort statute, and there might be a small category of cases that the court's opinion today does not cover. >> ifill:
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